The BBC have just reported that over 200 people have been killed in a stampede during the Phnom Penh Water Festival in Cambodia.
Following a concert on the final day of the festival, several members of the crowd fell unconscious, allegedly causing panic in the crowd, which lead to a stampede across a bridge, causing people to become crushed and fall into the water.
Over 2 milllion people had been expected at the three-day festival, which celebrates the end of Cambodia’s Monsoon season.
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